VadaTech Strengthens MTCA.4 Chassis Offering

VadaTech ( is presenting full product details for the latest MTCA.4 chassis at Embedded World (Stand 109, Hall 4A) this week .

This MicroTCA chassis, designed primarily for the high-energy physics community, contains a number of innovations important to that market, including aluminium construction, a backplane layout designed for balanced clock latency, and advanced airflow design.

“MTCA.4 remains a strong area of focus for us,” said Saeed Karamooz, founder and CEO of VadaTech. “By leveraging our full range of MicroTCA infrastructure products and innovating in power and cooling design, we believe we have generated a unique product that meets the exacting needs of the scientific community.”

The VT813 is a 12-bay high power unit capable of supporting 4,000W AC power. The integral power supplies can be programmed in a range of redundancy configurations, giving users the ability to balance reliability, cost and overall power requirements. The power supplies and cooling systems are sized to support over 100W per AMC slot, ensuring the most power-hungry payload cards can be used. The VT813 is a feature-rich MicroTCA chassis with fully redundancy, telco alarm and optional JTAG switch module.

About MTCA.4

MTCA.4, based on the MicroTCA standard, defines MicroRTM modules and enhancements for precision timing. While defined and adopted by the scientific community, particularly for high-energy physics, it is finding its way into aggregation layer, video and service-based applications.

About VadaTech

VadaTech is a market-leading design and manufacturing company providing embedded computer products with a strong focus on AdvancedTCA, MicroTCA and AMC. The company dedicates itself to introducing leading edge technology for the most demanding applications, resulting in an impressive breadth of product capability. The company ethos is built around addressing complex customer requirements and delivering value through innovation. Careful design re-use across the product line has led to a cohesive approach that aids interoperability, a valuable benefit to both integrators and end users.